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Thread: Inherited 1967 911s targa, not sure where to start

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    Restore or Sell . . .

    . . . some other threads . . .

    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...65-Porsche-911

    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...-even-worth-it



    'Dad's car' and 'what's it worth' all aside . . .

    . . . any ideas as to what it 'll take to get this car running, again? --- never mind repaired/reliable/roadworthy?






    Really REALLY Short Version = $



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    Sweet 911. I'm going to start a 68 Sportomatic project soon. I have a bunch of projects to complete first.
    My floors, suspension pan and rear seats are shot so that is where I'll begin. Worry about the engine later as I don't need an engine unless it is road worthy.
    Will be following. Congrats!

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    The most important thing you can do today is to get that car off the street. That is the most valuable Targa ever made. Fix the flat tires and tow it to storage ASAP. Congrats!
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